I cannot even begin to express how much I have loved reading the Bloodline Trilogy by Jordyn Redwood. As I read that last word, I found myself wanting...moreI cannot even begin to express how much I have loved reading the Bloodline Trilogy by Jordyn Redwood. As I read that last word, I found myself wanting more. A fourth book; a fifth, and a sixth; because I have fallen in love with these characters and their relationships, their sheer character and personality that is painted across the pages of each book. Redwood has crafted a rich world, with thought-provoking subject matter,and great plots.
Peril is a great finish to an amazing series and I am sad to see it end, but I am sure that Redwood has great things ahead for her and we'll see more amazing stories from her. Now perhaps a bit of focus on itself? I really don't even know where to begin. Characters that it is almost impossible not to love, some old and some new. Not just one, but multiple thought-provoking story arks that really get you mind working overtime, and make you genuinely think about some hard-hitting issues of the day. And the beauty of it is the simplicity with which Redwood weaves these issues into the storyline, not trying to push her views, but presenting the bold medical facts in black and white. Like her other books, this one really did make me think, and even evaluate some of my own beliefs; but unlike the others, I think this one definitely hit closest to home. I would highly recommend Peril and the entire Bloodline trilogy for you to read, and chances are - I'll be taking another trip through the wonderful series, because there are still some pieces I want to put together. I'm going to miss these characters, this is a growing world - and I am really just not ready to let go you. This is a series that will hold on to you. I cannot wait to see what else Jordyn will write, but I'll be first in line to read it ...(less)
Proof by Jordyn Redwood kept my attention from the beginning, with intricate characters, and a storyline that pulls you in; Proof was one of the best...moreProof by Jordyn Redwood kept my attention from the beginning, with intricate characters, and a storyline that pulls you in; Proof was one of the best books that I'd read in a long time. I found myself turning page after page, wanting so badly to figure out this crazy mystery, and the answer shocked my and got me thinking and even taught me some things I'd never known before. A lil bit CSI, a smidge of your classic medical drama, some action and intrigue, not to mention a mystery; Proof was just about everything I could have wanted in one book. Jordyn has written a great book, a must read, and I highly recommend it. The story has so many turns, it always kept me guessing, something that's hard to do when it comes to me. Can't wait to read Poison! Thank you Jordyn for the great read, loving the series!(less)
In the suspenseful follow up to Jordyn Redwood's Proof, the stakes are raised as bodies start dropping from Chapter 1 and on. Poison takes what was al...moreIn the suspenseful follow up to Jordyn Redwood's Proof, the stakes are raised as bodies start dropping from Chapter 1 and on. Poison takes what was already a great start to a trilogy and builds upon it in a great way. While Poison might not be what I would necessarily call a direct sequel, it takes the events from Proof and incorporates them into a great story that never really lets up and keeps the questions coming as you try to figure out just what exactly is going on. We see old characters and new ones, see a little follow up to Proof, and have a great new mystery to solve. This story had me so intrigued from the start, I just couldn't put it down; this is one book series that seriously makes me have to think and not just mindlessly read. As a Psychology major in college, I gotta say that I loved the incorporation of a few psychological concepts in the plotline for Poison; and I even learned quite a bit about everyone's favorite eight-legged friends. I am loving this series, and I cannot wait to read Peril. Jordyn is really making a name for herself in literature, and really incorporates strong women characters with complex personalities that don't just fit into the stereotypical mold. I loved Poison and I highly recommend it!(less)